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Simply wonderful! This recipe certainly lives up to its name -- it *is* easy! -- and it is so, so good. It's hard to believe, when sampling the finished product, that there is in fact tofu in it... I know *I* had a hard time believing it... and I'm the one who made it! :) My package of tofu was a little larger -- about 14 oz -- and I added some fresh spinach that I'd first sauteed in garlic; otherwise made as directed, and ended up with a *lot* of filling. In fact, I had just enough leftover filling and cooked noodles to make a smaller lasagna, which I cooked alongside the main one. That's fine, since I absolutely loved this lasagna, and even my carnivore fiance and our roomie did too. I *will* make this again. Thanks so much for sharing it!
My family loved this recipe! I posted a picture of it. I did add 1 Tbp garlic powder and 1/2 tsp Oregano flakes to the sauce to give it a more traditional 'lasagna' taste. I used 'part skip' mozz cheese and No Fat ricotta cheese. I didn't cook the noodles, but I made sure that they were covered in sauce and put the prepared pan in the 'fridge for an hour or two before baking. The noodles came out just fine and it was even more easy! :)
My family of four really enjoyed it. If I hadn't have told my husband there was tofu in it, he said he would have never known. He was pleasantly suprised. Thank you.
This turned out really well. I bought soft tofu instead of firm, but I don't think it made a difference. I have two kids who won't eat meat so I love finding recipes like this that the whole family will enjoy.
This lasagna was sooooo delicious!!! I agree that this is a good way to introduce tofu to those who won't try it otherwise. It's easy to make but you can't tell from tasting it. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. Definitely 5 stars!!!!